Aduana Stars owe players four months salary - Caleb Amankwah

Published on: 05 December 2018

Aduana Stars defender Caleb Amankwah has revealed the players have not been paid for the past four months.

The former West African Football Association (WAFA) SC made this revelation on Kumasi based Nhyira FM.

The frustrated player said the players have not been paid their four-month salary following the suspension of the Ghana Premier League after the premiering of the investigatve documentary by ace journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas on corruption in Ghana football where some top GFA officials and referees were caught on camera receiving a bribe to influence games.

According to him, he depends on his father for a living, hence, he wants the management of the Dormaa based side to pay them.

“We are without salary for four months now,” Amankwah said.

”I now depend on my father for a living. We the players of Aduana Stars don’t know when we are reporting to camp.”

The Ghanaian Champions failed to progress from their group as they were eliminated from the CAF Confederation Cup after suffering a 2-0 to  Asec Mimosas of Cote d’Ivoire.